Kit Yamoyo is added to Design Museum’s permanent collection

The Design Museum as it was in 2013 when ColaLife’s Kit Yamoyo won Product Design of the Year In April last year (Apr-17) we announced that Kit Yamoyo had been added to the permanent collection of the V&A. Well, we are now proud to announce that it has also been added to the permanent collection […]

Kit Yamoyo wins Product Design of the Year 2013

I’ve just got back from the field, with so many stories to tell and pictures to show, to the news that ColaLife’s Kit Yamoyo has won the Product category of the Designs of the Year 2013. The maverick in me thinks it’s fantastic that something designed with the poor and for the poor, and with the word […]

The Saturday Review discuss Designs of the Year 2013

Here’s a discussion of the Designs of the Year 2013 exhibition at The Design Museum that was part of BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Review programme hosted by Tom Sutcliffe with guests David Schneider, Ekow Eshun and Kathryn Hughes. The discussion is topped and tailed with mentions of ColaLife. The full programme can be downloaded from the BBC […]

Whistle stop trip to the UK

I got back to Lusaka yesterday after a packed speaking and meeting tour in the UK, taking in London and Norwich. It’s great to be back in my blogging seat at my blogging desk. I gave three presentations while in the UK (9/2/13 University of East Anglia (UEA); 11/2/13 Health and Private Sector Advisers at […]

The Design Council gets behind ColaLife

[Please show the judges we care and ‘Like’ our nomination on the Dessign Museum’s facebook Page here. Two clicks and you’re done!] Fans of our Facebook page will know that the ColaLife AidPod has been nominated by The Design Museum as one of the Designs of the Year 2013 which we are very proud of. […]

ColaLife supporters’ networking event, Design Museum, 18 December

This is a Big Thank You Event for all our supporters who are able to get to the Design Museum in London on 18 December. We’d be nowhere without our supporters and we’d like to say A Big Zambian Zikomo – thank you – face to face – to as many of you as possible at […]